8 movies, 4 languages, 3 weeks
The International Film Festival @ Tech offers a glimpse of other cultures and ways of life.
A movie is a fantastic immersive medium to experience how other societies live and function.
The festival is an extension to the language courses and a way to enjoy talented actors and directors from around the world.
The aim of the festival is to foster an open-minded global cultural identity.
The Arkansas Tech library and the English and World Languages Department.
This is a Global Focus OnTrack event.
The festival is hosted in the Doc Bryan Lecture Hall whose sound and projection systems are now of the latest technology.
The movies are selected by the World Languages faculty.
Dr. Nelson Ramìrez, Associate Professor of Spanish is the Coordinator of World Languages.
Dr. Lowell Lybarger is the multimedia librarian and an instructor of music.
Philippe Van Houtte is the systems librarian and the instructor of French. Philippe also designed the artwork, promotional items, and website.